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Rights & Reproductions

Available Images
The Currier Museum of Art has 4 x 5in. color transparencies and high resolution digital photography available for purchase. Low resolution digital images are available for purchase for educational, research, and lecture use only and cannot be published in any form. New photography of a work of art is subject to availability at the time of request. All other requests are reviewed on an individual basis and fees may apply.

Reproduction Rights
Certain objects owned by the Currier may be protected by copyright, publication rights, or related interests not owned by the Currier. The Currier hereby expressly states that it is not giving permission to exploit any such rights; responsibility for ascertaining whether such rights exist, for paying any royalties or fees claimed by the artist, his or her estate, and for obtaining all other necessary permissions remains with the applicant. The applicant hereby agrees to indemnify the museum for any costs and hold it harmless against any and all such claims incurred of the reproduction of the work(s) of art in question.

Image and Permission Request Form
Please complete this form and send to:

Cindy Mackey
Associate Registrar
Currier Museum of Art
150 Ash Street
Manchester, NH 03104

E-mail: rights&repro@currier.org
Tel: 603-669-6144, x137
Fax: 603-669-7194

Please allow at least three weeks for processing if photographic material is available.

Payment
All fees are determined at the discretion of the museum and may be changed without notice. Payment must be received in advance of shipment on all orders. We can only accept payment in the form of checks drawn from a U.S. bank, paid in U.S. dollars and by credit card (VISA or Mastercard).

Fee Schedule
Reproduction Terms and Conditions   


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